Cheer teams dominate South Hills competition

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Cheer teams dominate South Hills competition

Both the mat and game day cheer teams placed first overall, as well as topping their division opponents. Junior Alaina Wodarek won first place in tumbling.

Both the mat and game day cheer teams placed first overall, as well as topping their division opponents. Junior Alaina Wodarek won first place in tumbling.

Erin Fader

Both the mat and game day cheer teams placed first overall, as well as topping their division opponents. Junior Alaina Wodarek won first place in tumbling.

Erin Fader

Erin Fader

Both the mat and game day cheer teams placed first overall, as well as topping their division opponents. Junior Alaina Wodarek won first place in tumbling.

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Baldwin’s cheerleaders continued their stretch of dominance on Sunday as the team came in first place at the South Hills Showcase.

Both the mat and game day cheer teams placed first overall, as well as topping their division opponents. Junior Alaina Wodarek won first place in tumbling.

Freshman Ryan Bigley said the formula for success is straightforward.

“We just work really well together, and our coaches always motivate us,” Bigley said.

The team has consistently qualified for nationals in Florida. Baldwin earned this year’s bid before Sunday’s competition.

The team knows what they have to do moving forward, although nationals are certainly in the back of the minds of everyone on the cheer squad, Bigley said.

“We are focused on other competitions now, but everyone is still looking forward to nationals,” Bigley said.